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Okay, I added some Yousendit links for direct download. I've been told both of these sound video game-ish. Not sure I hear it, but okay. Certainly not offended by that appraisal. "Into the Realm Mystical" (newage/world/fusion) Click to download "Journey to Lands Forgotten" Click to download Thoughts? [Edited by - Arglebargle on March 28, 2006 11:28:55 AM]

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What's the theme you played on the electric piano at 3:40 of "Evermore". That's from something, right? For some reason I'm thinking..."Out of This World" but that's not it, is it?

Compositionally, everything works but I felt the mix was a little...hmm...not thin or flat... When you mix, one of the things you have to do is create a sense of physical depth...tracks with reverb more so in the back, dryer sounds up front. Not like a band or anything, just a good sense of depth. I kind of missed that.

But that's kind of nitpicky, you did a great job with all of those tracks and they evoked moods well and I'd say very consistently!

Thanks for sharing them!

Tony

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Well, Google Pages is nice. 100MB free hosting with your GMail account.


Google Pages, eh? I was under the impression though, that you can't just get a GMail account... you have to be invited or something? No one's ever offered to invite me, so dunno how I'd get an account, lol.

I haven't done any research into GMail accounts, so correct me if I'm wrong.

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Sent you an invite if you want to try out GMail (to your fastmail account).

Also, I need to listen to the music after I hook my speakers back up...

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Arglebargle, Alchemystic is very darn cool. The drums sound so natural and are very effective when 'talking'. I think the mix sounds pretty good. The development is good. I like the changes in pace at various points in the song. This song is really close to being outstanding. I would think a bit better sampling library, particularly a reputable string library would really be the icing on your cake. The strings sound a bit dead...maybe synthetic is the word I am looking for.

I will be sure to listen to the other pieces in a bit. Very nice! :)

Keep it up.

Ryan

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Im listening to the songs as i write this,

Into the realm of mystical : Loving it very much as i'm hearing it, really feels like im going into some mystical place haha, nice sound effects you have there too. Nice synthy sounds as melody, especially the lead tone ;).. i love the percussion in this too. But somehow overall, i feel that some parts evolve too much from the game sound kind of feel, it's like its getting more electronic kind of music haha..

Journey to the forgotten lands : Very ethnic i must say hahaha.. sounds like im travelling to egypt :).. Overall smooth transitions. All your music are of high quality i must say ;)..

Will continue when i listen to the rest , great job man !

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Arglebargle, Alchemystic is very darn cool.


Alchemystic is my artist name, mate. :O

lol


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Compositionally, everything works but I felt the mix was a little...hmm...not thin or flat... When you mix, one of the things you have to do is create a sense of physical depth...tracks with reverb more so in the back, dryer sounds up front. Not like a band or anything, just a good sense of depth. I kind of missed that.


Indeed? Just in the one song, or in all of them? Would you suggest I make some of the sounds (drums, leads) dryer, to create more depth?

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